Elevate your style with ease at work and at play with Massimo Dutti. The Spanish label’s collection of workwear and casual clothing is designed for the urban, independent and cosmopolitan man and woman.
Massimo Dutti was founded in 1985 and was acquired by Inditex in 1991. It now has over 790 stores in more than 75 markets.
The brand was originally aimed at men's fashion. Starting in 1995, women's fashion was launched in all its dimensions: from the most urban lines to the more casual. With this, Massimo Dutti has consolidated at all levels as a group with national and international growth, which today has over 10,000 employees.
In 2003, Massimo Dutti launched a children's fashion range under the trade name Massimo Dutti Boys & Girls. This line is being implemented progressively in stores in several markets, where the stores are large enough to house its specific space.
Since September 2006, Massimo Dutti has been fully designing and marketing the following lines:
Women: Women's wear, Accessories, Fragrances
Men: Men's wear, Accessories, Personal Tailoring, Fragrances
Boys & Girls
Fresh, delicious possibilities have opened up at Singapore’s beloved Studio M Hotel, with the introduction of a brand-new kitchen led by a creative and passionate culinary team. At the heart of the upgrade is the evolution of MEMO – from a casual self-service deli to a full-service, all-day dining café offering hearty bistro fare and innovative coffee-based beverages. Moreover, the hotel’s new culinary capabilities also bring about catering solutions for events.
For years, Studio M has served as the perfect pit stop for savvy travellers who desired stylish accommodation amidst an informed itinerary. Likewise, its grab-and-go concept MEMO, offered a fuss-free alternative to the standard hotel restaurant, featuring a selection of snacks and simple takeaway foods.
With the turn of a decade and the rising demands of a burgeoning Robertson Quay neighbourhood, MEMO’s transformation is a welcome change. Decked out with new culinary offerings, a refreshed grab- and-go counter updated with modern-day amenities and brightened interiors, MEMO seeks to be the meeting ground for locals and tourists alike, by catering for their needs to simply, as its tagline suggests, Eat-Meet-Drink.
Featuring an extensive gourmet menu of light bites ranging from brunch items to hearty meals, MEMO promises an indulgent experience that is bound to hit-the-spot.
For a quick bite on-the-go, MEMO offers a tantalising array of hearty sandwiches including Smoked Salmon, guilty pleasures such as Truffle Fries, as well as the comforting Creamy Smoked Tomato Soupand healthy Pumpkin & Feta salad for a nourishing lunch.
Synonymous with MEMO’s transformation is its refreshed all-day brunch offerings. All-time brunch favourites include the decadent Chum Chum comprising streaky bacon and SMH Big ‘Brunch’ — streaky bacon, Italian sausage, potatoes, and a fried egg loaded onto sourdough toast, finished with smoked salmon — that will have diners waddling out of MEMO.
Making its mark too at MEMO are tantalising pastas and mains including the perfectly al-dente Spaghetti Carbonara served with confit mushroom, streaky bacon, egg yolk, spinach and parmesan cheese, andthe chef’s recommendation – Seafood Casserole, an aromatic dish filled with hearty servings of succulent prawns, carrots, celery and potatoes, topped with saffron-infused tomato sauce. Make your meal at MEMO a family affair with a kids’ menu featuring wholesome dishes like Grilled Fish & Chips among others.
In addition to quick bites and hearty mains, MEMO provides guests with the option of pairing their meal with a wide selection of wines and craft beers. Guests seeking a caffeine-fix can look forward to MEMO’sinnovative coffee beverages including uniquely-flavoured gingerbread, popcorn and peppermint lattes that deliver a pep-up in more ways than one.
Emanating a rustic artsy vibe across its contemporary indoor and al-fresco seating set-up, MEMO welcomes guests and like-minded partners to host their networking events and lifestyle workshops within the space. For guests seeking precious downtime from the hectic schedule of work or spending quality bonding time with friends and family over a delicious meal, MEMO is Robertson Quay’s latest lifestyle concept that is endearing itself to the community.
Homeground Grill & Bar on Serangoon Road is your local safehouse where you’ll find charcoal-grilled meats and fresh seafood paired with alcohol-infused marinades and their special house-made sauces.
A throwback to old school bars - a safe haven you can escape to after a hard day’s work, a place for soul-searching conversations over a beer or six. They hope to bring back a little bit of that magic. Homeground is a cosy, friendly, spot - come as you are, who the hell cares. Just leave the judgement at the door. Good vibes only. Check out their menus here.
Gardens by the Bay is at heart a People’s Garden for all Singaporeans. Bayfront Plaza is part of Gardens by the Bay’s push to provide more opportunities for all Singaporeans to enjoy the Gardens in the years to come. The amenities offered at Bayfront Plaza add to the 95 per cent of Gardens by the Bay that is non-ticketed.
CEO of Gardens by the Bay Mr Felix Loh said, “Since we began, Gardens by the Bay’s visitorship has surpassed expectations, and the success of the Gardens allows us to give back to the community. We hope to do this by establishing more beautiful non-ticketed spaces and curating myriad events and programmes without admission charges for Singaporeans from all walks of life to gather and enjoy themselves amidst nature.”
Since Gardens by the Bay opened in 2012, total visitorship to date has exceeded 50 million. Last year alone, the Gardens received more than 12 million visitors.
Bayfront Plaza is the newest non-ticketed space designed for the community, after the Japanese-themed garden Serene Garden opened in November last year.
It sits on the site previously occupied by the Future of Us exhibition that was part of the SG50 celebrations in 2015. The iconic lattice structure that was part of the exhibition has been retained and integrated into the design of Bayfront Plaza.
At Bayfront Plaza, the public can look forward to the Bayfront Pop-up Market every weekend featuring about 30 stalls selling a variety of merchandise. In line with Gardens by the Bay’s community focus, the Bayfront Pop-up Market provides a platform for social enterprises to showcase their products, with a third of the stalls intended to be run by social enterprises.
To encourage ground-up efforts among organisations to bring the community together, the indoor and outdoor spaces are available rent-free for community-focused events.
Aside from Bayfront Plaza, works have also started on the building of another non-ticketed green space called Active Garden. This is an activity area for seniors, which also aims to encourage inter-generational bonding. Active Garden is expected to be ready in early 2020.
Curry Nations at Biopolis serves North & South Indian dishes with Mangalorean influences in a casual, friendly atmosphere.
Mangalorean cuisine is largely influenced by the South Indian cuisine, where coconut and curry leaves are common ingredients, as are ginger, garlic and chilli. Head over to Curry Nations to savour the delicious dishes they have to offer!
Foot Locker Inc., the leading global speciality athletic retailer has opened their fourth branch in Singapore.
Located in Jewel Changi Airport, the two-story space with a dedicated women’s and kids’ area, delivers an engaging retail experience, combining premium products, elevated in-store presentations, as well as enhanced customer experiences.
With impressive footwear and apparel collections from global brand partners, customers can expect elevated product storytelling from Nike, adidas, Puma, Fila and Champion. The store celebrates basketball culture, offering a premium selection of sneakers and apparel from Nike and Jordan, and features the widest selection of Nike Air Max Plus (TN’s) available in market.
The store features specially commissioned artwork by local artist Clogtwo, setting the tone for how Foot Locker will regularly tailor the store to the local community.
Commenting on the new store, Tomas Petersson, GM and VP, Foot Locker Asia said, “The Jewel store gives Foot Locker a great opportunity to engage and inspire youth culture within the local community. We designed a space that celebrates the city’s creative community andinspires Singapore’s sneaker enthusiasts.”